Saeed Abedini, is an Iranian American Christian pastor imprisoned in Iran. He has been detained in Iran since the summer of 2012 and incarcerated in Evin Prison since September 2012. On January 27, 2013, he was sentenced to eight years in prison, reportedly on charges of undermining national security through his Christian evangelical activities in Iran in the early 2000s. Don’t let his … Continue reading
10th of December is the Human Rights Day , we have dedicated our December’s issue of My Voice to this day.
10 November 2013 Silence death instead of public execution Rouhani’s message of change By: Shiva Mahbobi- CFPPI – Spokesperson Diplomats from Islamic regime and the 5+1 group of “ world powers ” met in Geneva for a three-day meeting to discuss the issue of nuclear program in Iran. In their meeting there was no mention … Continue reading
From: Evin Prison-Ward 350 To: you Call in support of sick political prisoners from 47 political prisoners from Ward 350 of Evin prison in Iran With great thanks and appreciation to the organizers of this campaign in Europe, United States and Canada. We, political prisoners, both with and without ailments, in Ward 350 are suffering … Continue reading
Monthly publication of CFPPI My Voice Nov 2013
Kamyar SABETI Prison: Evin City: Iran Sentences: 5 years in prison Charges: spying illnesse: heart disease Don’t let his heartbeats stop. Take an action! Mohammad SADIGH KABOUDVAND Prison: Evin City:Tehran Sentences: 10.5 years in prison activiteis: establishing a human rights Charges: organization and acting against national security illnesse: Prostate problems … Continue reading
Don’t let their heartbeats stop! Campaign to support political prisoners in Iran deprived of medical attention Campaign to Free Political Prisoners in Iran (CFPPI) has initiated a two-month of action in support of political prisoners in Iran who are deprived of medical attention. The two-month campaign starts on 10 October 2013, which is the World Day Against the Death … Continue reading
A letter from Mr. Mehdi Alizade Fakhrabaad, Political Prisoner in Iran Translated by: Shadi Paveh Dear Mr. Ahmad Shaheed: I am Mehdi Alizade Fakhrabaad. I am a blogger and a human rights activist and a defender of democracy and freedom in Iran. I am writing this letter as a prisoner of conscience from Vakil Abad … Continue reading
With the World Day Against the Death Penalty only a few days away, this edition of My Voice is focused on death penalty and its role in the Iranian justice system.
Ghazi Abbasi, a member of Iran’s Ahwazi Arab minority has been transferred to solitary confinement sparking fears that his execution may be imminent. He is believed to have been tortured or otherwise ill-treated while in detention. On 27 September 2013, Ghazi Abbasi, an Ahwazi Arab man on death row, was transferred from his cell to … Continue reading
9/08/2013 Open letter to Guardian Newspaper Is Guardian taking sides over Iranian political prisoners? Guardian published a letter on 8 August 2013 titled “Iran’s Political Prisoners plead with Obama to end crippling US sanctions“. Publishing a letter from Political prisoners in Iran is a right act to do as long as Guardian keeps a balanced … Continue reading
The following has been sent to CFPPI byt Mr Taheri’s supporters: Mohammad Ali Taheri who has been awarded several honorary doctorate degrees and awards for the foundation of Faradarmani and Psymentology, has been imprisoned by the Iranian regime since 4th May 2011 in 209 Evin prison. A brief report on Taheri’s two years of imprisonment: … Continue reading
This month, we lend our voices to all the lawyers in Iran who are harassed, prosecuted, tortured and imprisoned.
A Letter from Rajae Shahr prison in Iran in regards to the death of Afshin Osanloo and the situation of prison This is not about the death of one person as here humanity and all human dignity is slaughtered. We all sit in mourning for the death of Afshin Osonloo, swallowing our tears. The death … Continue reading
Letter from Iranian Labor Activist Afshin Osanloo, from Rajaei Shahr Prison I am Afshin Osanloo of the labor movement in Iran; I drive a transport truck between cities and am now in Gohardasht (Rajaei Shahr) prison in Iran. In the autumn of 2010, while resting in the dormitory for drivers in the passenger terminal, I was … Continue reading
On 20 June 2013, the International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran 1- Participate in the demonstrations on this day 2- On upload a picture of political prisoners in Iran and write about him/her situation. Be her/his voice 3- Show your solidarity by making the attached picture as your profile picture 4- Sign … Continue reading
Following the so-called 2013 Islamic regime’s presidential election and announcing Hassan Rohani as the president, there was a demand, which was imposed on him by people, that stood up against all others: the release of all political prisoners. Rohani announced that he will release political prisoners and will give freedom to the press. During the … Continue reading
SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR PEOPLE IN IRAN. Once again there is a so called presidential election in Iran on Friday 14th June 2013. Once again the political upheaval in Iran is on a spotlight and once again the Islamic regime is trembling and preparing itself for a storm. We are writing this to invite you … Continue reading
The International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran List of participating cities In 2010, Campaign to Free Political Prisoner in Iran (CFPPI) has declared 20th of June as the International Day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran. As a response to this call, in 2011 and 2012 numerous demonstrations and events where … Continue reading
Pourshajari blogged about the situation inside Iran under the alias Siamak Mehr, was arrested at his home on September 12, 2010 and taken Rajai-Shahr prison. There he was subjected to the most brutal torture methods for 7 months. He was sentenced to 4 years in prison for ‘insulting the Supreme Leader’, ‘acting against national security’ … Continue reading
The Islamic Republic wants to makes sure my father dies in prison Another Heart attack of the blogger and political prisoner, Mohammad-Reza Pourshajari: Alias: Siamak Mehr Sadly the news that my father had another heart attack reached me yesterday. They transferred him to the prison infirmary. Three doctors by the names of: Amhedi, Nejad Bahram … Continue reading
“We will make you regret everything” Freedom from Torture has published new evidence of torture in Iran
Date: 10 August 2012 The lives of two political prisoners are in grave danger Arjang Davoudi and Houshang Rezaei HELP US SAVE THEM Mr. Arjang Davoudi, teacher, poet and writer has been in prison since 2003. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison. When he was arrested, one of his charges was speaking to … Continue reading
Date: 10 August 2012 According to the latest news from prison, Saeed Malek-Pour has been transferred to solitary confinement in Sepah ward in Evin prison. He is sentenced to execution; his sentence has so far been on-hold because of the international pressure on the regime in Tehran. His situation is alarming and the fact that … Continue reading
Do NOT LET THEM execute Loghman and Zenyar Too many innocent people are imprisoned, tortured, and hanged for a meaningless political agenda in Iran. They have not committed any crimes and are falsely charged.
Be the voice of political prisoners in Iran on the International day in Support of Political Prisoners in Iran